I am sorry that the news wasn't better. But please don't give up hope. My dh was diagnoised with a met to herliver during her colon resection. had a resection 4 months later, then it came back, one in each lobe of his liver. she had radiofrequency ablation on the right side and they resected the whole left lobe. They implanted a hepatic artery infusion pump and he recieves concentrated chemo directly to her liver. she is actually doing really well right now. There are several treatments now that they can do when you have mets to the liver. Sir-Spheres, radio frequency ablation and resection are just a few that I can remember right now. There are others. The main thing is to contact a surgeon specializing in liver cancer. He will be up on all of the new treatments. Also there is a difference between primary liver cancer and metatastic liver cancer. It seems that metatastic is easier to treat. Good luck and let us know how things go. And just remember it can be treated.
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